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It doesn't get more grab-and-go than burritos, wraps, and stuffed pockets from the frozen-food section of your supermarket or grocery store. There are dozens of all-in-one lunch options, but are they great for people with diabetes?
Living with diabetes is a challenge most people will never fully understand.It's because of some of these challenges that we reached out to our Facebook community to find out what they thought were the most difficult aspects of managing people's perception of diabetes.
The original salad developed at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City contained only apples, celery and mayonnaise. Enjoy our extra-special take on this classic recipe!
Think pancakes can't be healthy? Our whole wheat flour and rolled oats recipe make this breakfast treat an irresistibly delicious source of fiber.
Clinical trials are a vital part of medical research, but many Canadians have no idea what they are or why they are important. In fact, clinical trials are a critical step in developing life-changing diabetes treatments.
The CDA's Clothesline program is inviting Canadians to take the 3lb Challenge starting June 15! Clean out your closets and shed 3lbs of clothes for a great cause!
Dr. Jan Hux, the CDA's chief science officer, appeared before a Senate Committee to present CDA ideas on federal government policies that can help people live healthy lives and avoid obesity. Dr. Hux's remarks begin at 11:48 of the recording of the session of the Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, and should not be missed.